Book Review – October 2016 – Sallie Eden

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Whispering Hope: The True Story of the Magdalene Women – Nancy Costello, Kathleen Legg, Diane Croghan, Marie Slattery and Marina Gambold with Steven O’Riordan – Published by Orion books, 2015 The terrible, true story of just five […]

Book Review – September 2016 – Sallie Eden

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Special Rehearsal Edition Script) Parts One and Two – Based on an original new story by J K Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne – Published by Little, Brown, 2016 This […]

Book Review – August 2016 – Sallie Eden

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The Shepherd’s Life: A Tale of the Lake District by James Rebanks – Published by Penguin, 2016 Exactly as it ‘says on the tin’, the story of a shepherd working the family farm in Cumbria. I really […]

Book Review – July 2016 – Sallie Eden

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The Cat Lover’s Quotation Book (A collection of Feline Favourites) Published by Hatherleigh Press, 2016 I thought I’d read every book about cats and every quote involving them, but this book proved me wrong. From old favourites […]

Book Review – July 2016 – Sallie Eden

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Polly and Pals Put on a Talent Show! by Vinay Nair Rather a different review from the usual. Why? Well, this delightful little book, aimed at one to three year olds, hasn’t actually been published […]

Book Review – June 2016 – Sallie Eden

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Florence Foster Jenkins by Nicholas Martin (screenplay) and Jasper Rees (biography) (The Inspiring True Story of the World’s Worst Singer) – Published by Pan Books, 2016 You’ve seen (or heard of) the film, now read the book. […]

Book Review – June 2016 – Sallie Eden

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Cry of the Gulls by Kate Ryder – Published by Create Space Romantic fiction, written by a Cornwall based author, this is a many layered book with vivid descriptions of landscapes, intertwining characters and stories, complex […]

Book Review – May 2016 – Sallie Eden

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The Amber Shadows by Lucy Ribchester – Published by Simon & Schuster in 2016 It’s 1942 and Honey Deschamps is a so-called typist in Hut 6 at Bletchley Park. One night she bumps into a man […]

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